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Mucanje kao dio urednog govorno-jezičnog razvoja nasuprot govornom poremećaju


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Petričević, Petra. (2011). Mucanje kao dio urednog govorno-jezičnog razvoja nasuprot govornom poremećaju. Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of Phonetics. [mentor Mildner, Vesna].

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After the first cries of a baby, in child’s developing there are different stages of preverbal and early verbal communication. They are primarily conditioned by neat physical and mental development and are divided according to age and the emergence of different sounds in a child's speech development and development of a more complex level of communication. Stuttering may occur as part of regular speech and language development in early verbal communication, but it can also be seen as speech disorder. Stuttering is in general disturbance of rhythm and tempo of speech marked by vocal and non-vocal behavior. The most common distribution due to the chronology of appearance has 4 categories: physiological, developmental, or primary, secondary and acute or abrupt stuttering. The latest integrative approach to the etiology of stuttering explains initial stuttering joining three approaches: constitutional, developmental and environmental. The modern principles of rehabilitation of physiological stuttering is based on indirect therapy that focuses on parents and the change of communication within families, and for secondary stuttering, direct therapy should be used focusing on fluency. According to verbotonal system listening is inextricably linked to pronunciation. Verbotonal rehabilitation follows the physiological development of hearing and speech including all five spatioceptive sense organs.

Item Type: Diploma Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: physiological stuttering, primary stuttering, secondary stuttering, abrupt stuttering, prelinguistic predictors, the mechanism of conditioned reflexes, verbotonal rehabilitation, spatioception
Subjects: Phonetics
Departments: Department of Phonetics
Supervisor: Mildner, Vesna
Date Deposited: 01 Feb 2012 09:15
Last Modified: 09 Jul 2014 23:24

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